Luxury Lifestyle Event draws DCês elites to Auto Show
Just prior to the opening of the 2016 Washington Auto Show, DCês elite enjoyed a very exclusive cocktail reception. The 2nd Annual Exotic Car & Luxury Lifestyle Event (LLE), which took place on Wednesday evening, January 20th, featured an array of exotic brand automobiles, cuisine by James Beard Foundation award winning chef Eric Ziebold of Kinship Restaurant, and live music by Los Angeles based singer David Aldo. The exotic new cars, the centerpiece of the event, would all retail for several hundred thousand dollars each. Robert Hisaoka of RRR Automotive, conceived and executed the LLE at The Washington Auto Show with his penchant and success for putting on high society Washington events, along with his extensive connections with everybody whoês anybody. Hisaokaês passion for cars, especially the exotic ones, was no small factor in what turned out to be a well-attended, grand event!
Among other things Hisaoka annually puts on a sellout Washington charity evening in memory of his late sister, Joan Hisaoka.
The exotic vehicles on display in the Exotic Car & Luxury Lifestyle Event were moved to their own pavilion on the show floor where they were displayed during the January 21st Sneak Peek Reception and for the general public during the entire 2016 Washington Auto Show.
This yearês LLE was generously sponsored by AB Bernstein, Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram, TTR Sothebys, and BOWA. Featured vehicles at the LLE reception later displayed in an exotic car pavilion on the floor of the Auto Show were: Aston Martin, Bentley and McLaren from Exclusive Automotive Group of Vienna, VA; Rolls-Royce of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars of Sterling, VA; Ferrari from Competizione & Sports Cars; and a Lexus LFA on loan from John Darvish, President & CEO, DARCARS.Download Bulletin PDF